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"If Heaven ain't a Lot like Dixie" - as recorded by "Hank Williams, Jr.", by Lara Whitten
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Link to Recordinghttp://youtu.be/dnjlJZ1yo8g
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Section LabelVocal IntroInstrument IntroVerse 1ChorusVerse 2ChorusChorusEnd
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Section Start Time0:00:10:17:400:01:080:01:320:01:580:02:38
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Measures per Section4pickup @ beat 14, 2 barspickup @ beat 22, 8 bars 88812
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Meter (divisions)4;4
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Tempo (beats per min)82
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Kick
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High Hat
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Vocals
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Rhythm Guitar
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Lead Guitar
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Bass
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Drum Kit
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Fiddle3 second turnaround3 second turnaround3 second turnaround
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Banjo
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Pedal Steel
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Keys
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Timbre 12
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Timbre 13
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Notes/Description:Country Blues(in "F") is distinguished for the most part by the use of the dominant only at the 5.[ I(F), IV(Bb), V(C7)] Many classic country songs that have been big hits(& became classics)have used this progression in "F".It appeals too many listeners.This song has an intro for 4 bars that shouts out the chorus and the band kicks in at a pickup for a 2 bar intro.Then we follow an 8 bar phrase throughout with a 4 bar end that features the 1/2 of the chorus we didn't hear in the shoutout intro at the top.
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Production Personnel:
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Songwriter(s):Hank Williams, Jr.
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Producer(s):?
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